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Alcest celebrate album release with art track video

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French shoegaze/indie heavyweights ALCEST release their brand new album Les Chants De L’Aurore via Nuclear Blast Records, the duo’s seventh record. After four long years the band is finally back with their new masterpiece.

Neige & Winterhalter comment:
“Today marks the release of our 7th album, Les Chants de l’Aurore. We are so happy to share with you the songs we have been working on during the past four years. It was a challenging album to make but we are really proud of the result and we hope you will like it as much as we do. Thank you so much for your everlasting support, it means everything to us. Much love.

Order/Stream Les Chants De L’Aurore here: https://alcest.bfan.link/leschantsdelaurore

Get your tickets here: https://linktr.ee/alcesttour

For principal songwriter and frontman NeigeALCEST has always been a gateway to the otherworldly, a means of exploring his spirituality. An elemental two-piece, completed by long-serving drummer and creative confidante WinterhalterALCEST seem to dip their toes in a multitude of musical genres without ever quite fitting in. “In the metal scene ALCEST is a weird band, in the indie/post-rock scene ALCEST is a weird band – we never quite fit in,” Neige reflects. “This is how I feel in life, always an outsider; It’s not a problem, it’s just the way it is.”

Tracklisting:

1. Komorebi
2. L’Envol
3. Améthyste
4. Flamme Jumelle
5. Réminiscence
6. L’Enfant de la Lune
7. L’Adieu

ALCEST are:
Neige | vocals, guitars, bass, synths
Winterhalter | drums

More info:
www.alcest-music.com
www.facebook.com/alcest.official
www.instagram.com/alcestofficial
www.twitter.com/alcestofficial
www.nuclearblast.de/alcest

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